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Ifa Odu for June 2011 Yoruba/Ifa New Year

Posted on June 6, 2011 at 8:02 PM

This Ifa Odu was Divined for Ile Tifase of Atlanta, Georgia;

June 3, 2011 by Iyanifa Osuntokun Fatunmise, Chief Tifase

for The June 2011 Yoruba/Ifa New Year

This year’s Odu is Irosu’Tura.

In celebration of the harvesting of the new yams as traditionally acknowledged in Yorubaland and the Yoruba/Ifa New Year as celebrated in the United States of America at Ile Tifase, divination was performed on June 3, 2011 by Iyanifa Osuntokun Fatunmise, Chief Tifase.

This is the time of year to reap the harvest of the past year, plan for the coming year and insure an understanding of where we are as individuals (and community) as it relates to the various choices and turns we’ve taken on the way to our destinies. With the collective guidance of the universal energies, we can focus on developing the next steps (a roadmap if you will) to our destiny over the coming 12 months.

This year’s Odu is Irosu’Tura. It comes from Ifa in Ire (with blessings) for the good of humankind. Ifa speaks of things being good for us even if we do not like them.

Ifa asks us “to behave as our Ifa tells us, if we refuse, we will never make headway in life. We should try to look back to remind ourselves of a particular thing which we left half done; we should go back and restart it otherwise our lives will not be fine.”

This particular Odu is considered quite deep and slightly difficult to understand and interpret in it’s entirety, but one of the Orisa who can help is Orisa Olokun. Only Olokun and Olorun know what lies at the bottom of the ocean and at the core of this Odu.


Ifa says: “honesty is the only way to achieve peace of mind and harmony”.

To know more about this year’s predictions, precautions, offerings and how your destiny is impacted by them, feel free to contact me via email.

Just remember, Ifa speaks of wisdom, knowledge, good character/morals, and truth. Do good always.  Think long term with a world view.

May Olodumare continue to bless you and yours with prosperity, long life and good health.

For more information feel free to contact:

Ile Tifase of Atlanta, Georgia

Iyanifa Osuntokun Fatunmise, Chief Tifase

[email protected]

Categories: Collective information about the Tradition; Ifa, Orisa, & Yorubaland

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